Firefox recommends that you don't enter your password

Ralf Mardorf silver.bullet at zoho.com
Thu Mar 10 14:35:47 UTC 2016


On Thu, 10 Mar 2016 14:24:33 +0000, Dave Howorth wrote:
>I just updated an Ubuntu 12.04 machine and the update included Firefox
>45.
>
>The first thing I then tried to do was to log in to our shared systems 
>at work, and Firefox said:
>
>"Firefox recommends that you don't enter your password,
>credit card and other personal information on this
>website"
>
>With a button labelled "Don't Trust This Website" alongside.
>
>Clearly that's not an option for a $work system, so I'd like to 
>understand why it is making that suggestion.
>
>There doesn't seem to be anything in the help or on the intertubes.
>
>All ideas gratefully received.

So your website likely is reported as an insecure website.

In the address bar type:

  about:config

Continue and search:

  google

Then remove the 'safebrowsing' sypware URLs.

By default Firefox uses spyware that reports every keystroke you're
doing to Google, likely it's related to this evil data mining.




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